Just like Art Bell and his fave remote viewer, Major Ed Dames. Dames predicted Chandra Levy would be found in the Potomac, and she was found on dry land several miles away. He predicted that Elizabeth Smart was dead, and a few months later she was found alive and well. Finally, he predicted about a month before the Iraq war started that, shortly after it started, North Korea would "invade" South Korea, pull back (obviously just a ruse), and get our troops to follow them over the DMZ, at which point a nuke they buried under the DMZ (which he claims to have remote viewed some time before but didn't know why it was there) would be detonated and kill hundreds, perhaps thousands, of US troops. Needless to say, it never happened either.The conclusion? Ed Dames cannot remote view. Three strikes, and he's out. I'm not saying that remote viewing is not possible, just that Dames can't do it.In like manner, John Douglas' misses should be taken into account to see just how good a profiler he really is, and I bet no one's done that yet. I'd be willing to bet he has more misses than hits, and, if so, that is quite telling.